Geography is concerned with global connections, people and places, careers and wild spaces and events. Studying Geography will allow students to understand and tackle important issues of our time and develop important life skills. The course aims to study physical and human aspects of the world in which we live. It aims to study the ways in which people have adapted and used this world. The Geography course has both a local and a global perspective.
Minimum Entry Requirements
C grade in Year 10 Humanities Extension or B grade in Humanities General
For assessment criteria and Year 12 course details, please visit the SCSA page of this subject.